Muscat: A power expo has been launched in Oman to find solutions to regional power issues.
An electricity conference and exhibition to develop the power industry through exchanging experiences and information among experts in the GCC, started on Monday at the Muscat Grand Millennium Hotel.
The Sultanate of Oman, represented by the Public Authority for Electricity and Water (PAEW), and Oman Electricity Transmission Company (OETC), is hosting the Gulf Electricity Conferences and Exhibition (GCC Power), from 16-18 October, under the auspices of H.E. Mohammed bin Salim Al Toobi, Minister of Environment and Climate Affairs.
GCC Power 2017, will witness the proposition of a number of solutions and innovation to technical problems and vital strategies that will affect the power industry in the region, by expert speakers who will present scientific papers in a number of sessions and discussion panels.
The conferences which will be held in GCC Power 2017 aim to develop the power industry through sharing the latest experiences and information among experts in the GCC.
The conference will focus on regional electricity connection and using modern technology establishing electric power markets, smart networks, and renewable energy to contribute to increasing the reliability and performance efficiency of electronic systems, in addition to consumption conservation in the GCC.
GCC Power 2017, which is organised by GCC-Cigre (Regional Committee for Large Electrical System), is an annual electricity conference in the region.